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Posted 112 days ago
Under the supervision of a licensed psychologist, the fellow will have training experiences in the areas of research and clinical training that will help prepare the fellow for a future career in a pediatric healthcare setting or university-based training program. Fellows will work collaboratively with other mental health providers and disciplines within the fields of medicine, education, and community professionals. This position is focused on early childhood, with clinical work in the Neonatal Follow-up Program at Buerger. The fellow will participate in clinical work about half of the time and research about half of the time.
Under clinical supervision, the psychology fellow may engage in the following research, clinical and related activities:
Required Education and Experience
Ph.D. or Psy.D in psychology from program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA).
APA/CPA-accredited internship training.
Experience and training in pediatric psychology at the extern or internship level. Specific clinical training and skills in pediatric pain management, as well as the application of cognitive-behavioral, biofeedback, and family systems interventions with children and families is preferred.
Additional Technical Requirements
Organizational and research skills. Skills in working with community agencies, schools, multidisciplinary teams, and other medical professionals.